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Dan Mumford Hunts Down The Predator!

London, UK based freelance illustrator Dan Mumford  has a knack of producing ridiculously detailed, yet vibrant images.  For his latest release, Dan has produced two new Predator screen print posters for Dark Ink. Check ’em out!
 
 

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Predator by Dan Mumford
Edition of 250
Silk screen edition with silver metallic inks
12″ x 24″ – $50
Each print has the artist’s authorized signature

 
 

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Predator Variant by Dan Mumford
Edition of 50
Silk screen edition with silver metallic inks
12″ x 24″ – $50
Each print has the artist’s authorized signature

 
 
You can pick up these posters 10.30am PDT on October 31st, 2014 at Dark Ink.

Check out Dan’s work on his Website, buy it from his Online Store and follow him on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Skuzzles Team Up With MGM/ Fox For Horror Re-Issues With Limited Edition Artist Rendered Covers!

Long have we pined for a return to movie posters that were created by the hands of artists rather than marketers with photoshop skills. Skuzzles have helped nudge that process along by teaming up with MGM/ Fox on a series of 13 Blu-ray and DVD re-issues featuring artist rendered covers by some of our favourite artists!

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Gallery 1988 Announce The Next In Their ‘Ghostbusters’ 30th Anniversay Online Releases, “They’re Here To Save The World” By Joshua Budich

Ever since Gallery 1988 announced back in January that they would be doing a Ghostbusters touring gallery celebrating the movies 30th anniversary, we have been excited to see each and every piece produced for the shows. The tour kicked off in New York on April the 19th before moving to L.A on May the 17th and opens in Chicago this Friday night at Rotofugi, 7pm while 10pm. Tomorrow Gallery 1988 continue with their series of online releases with a piece by Joshua Buddich, easily one of the best of the show.

Joshua Budich, one of the most humble and talented artists to emerge over the past couple of years, has produced this fantastic piece

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“They’re Here To Save The World” By Joshua Budich

24×36 Inch Screen Print, 150-200 Approx Online

A little while ago, Joshua was kind enough to take the time to answer a few of our questions on the piece, which impressively comes with full likeness rights by each of the key actors including the sadly departed Harold Ramis.

How did you feel when Gallery 1988 asked you to work on a Ghostbusters piece?

Ghostbusters has always been one of my favorite, and most memorable movie experiences of my childhood. I remember getting the “nod” from my parents, after they had pre-screened Ghostbusters for any questionable content, too racy or frightening for my virgin eyes. Then getting to stay up late to watch it! So, when 88 asked me to participate in this show, I of course jumped at the chance.

Your artwork is applauded and loved by fans for the character likeness and composition, how do you decide what your posters should include?

I knew going into this project that obtaining likeness sign-off from any of the actors I portrayed in the print would be a challenge. So, I had to let the composition dictate who to include, and who unfortunately had to be cut. I do this little exercise every time I create a character-based piece like this. For me, the print has to tell a story. Some parts of the film, although extremely memorable, have to be taken out.

Last year was a great one for you, where would you like this year to take you with your artwork?

Thanks so much! This year, I promised myself more personal projects. Opportunities to take more time with my work, and to reinvigorate my love for the process of creating these pieces.

 

The print will be released tomorrow, Thursday the 19th of June at 9am PT/ Noon ET at Gallery 1988’s dedicated Ghostbusters 30th website and make sure you follow them on Twitter and Facebook, too!

Warpaint Press Prepare To Drop Their 20th Piece: “Hail Destroyer” By The Ever Awesome Dan Mumford

As fans of companies that really push the boundaries and create brilliant, unique artwork Warpaint Press really push all the right buttons for us here at Collective. A limited run screen printed poster company started by poster fans who decided to turn their passion into a business and test the theory that “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life”. Warpaint Press have delivered a number of limited edition prints and apparel and whose artist rosta also boasts Dan Mumford and Godmachine along with their previously released “Icarus” piece by Drew Millward.

Warpaint Press are now proud to present their 20th piece, “Hail Destroyer” by Dan Mumford, is a modern take on your “monster destroys a city” theme popularised by 1950s and 1960s sci-fi movies.  “Hail Destroyer” will be released tomorrow, May the 1st, at 10am EST via their Online Store.

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“Hail Destroyer” by Dan Mumford

Edition of 125
Size: 18 x 24
5 Colour Screen Print printed on 100# French Banana Split
$30 USD + Shipping

Dan Mumford is a brilliant UK based freelance illustrator/designer/screenprinter who works out of Studio100 in central London, Kingsland road, and screenprint studio in Dalston. We have featured a few pieces by Dan before and you really should check out his Twitter, Facebook and Website.

Also, as a thank you to all of the fans that have supported Warpaint Press through the release of the last 20 poster designs, they are doing something extra special.  While supplies last, customers who order “Hail Destroyer” will also receive a free copy of “Our Lady of the Dead”, Mumford’s first poster for Warpaint Press, which was released last year.

Our Lady Of The Dead“Our Lady Of The Dead” By Dan Mumford

Size: 18 x 24
Paper Color: French Pop Tone Lemon Drop
Paper Weight: 100#
Number of Colors: 4
Limited to: 200 Prints

“Hail Destroyer” by Dan Mumford will be released at 10:00 AM EST 5/1 at www.shopwarpaintpress.com and you can also keep check of all Warpaint Press’ releases and news by following them on Facebook and Twitter. Make sure you follow Drew Millward on Twitter, too!

We’re Ready To Believe That Gallery1988’s ‘Ghostbusters 30th’ Gallery, Opening This Saturday, Is Going To Be Awesome

O.K, enough teasing already! Gallery1988 have finally revealed more artwork from their ‘Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Tour’ Gallery event along with how you can get your hands on some. But it won’t be easy!

We have already seen the reveals of Joshua Budich’s and Anthony Petrie’s pieces which we revealed last week, now we can feast our eyes on works by Mike Mitchell, Nicole Gustaffson and DKNG.

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It’s great to see Mike Mitchell dabbling in a different style and I really hope to be able to get a copy of that one. It even comes complete with a little Mike Mitchell Skully in the centre bottom left.

It all kicks off properly in New York City THIS SATURDAY NIGHT, from 7-10 PM at 69 Leonard St., near the famous firehouse from the film.

The stour kicks off in New York City this Saturday, April 19th, from 7-10 PM at 69 Leonard St., near to the famous firehouse from the movie.

As for how to get a hold of the pieces, most of the artwork will ONLY BE AVAILABLE by attending one of the galleries in-person. A very small allotment of prints has been set aside for each city, with a smaller selection at the final Comic Con stop. Gallery1988 have promised that there will be small surprises at each stop as well.

However, a special set of commemorative series of 30th Anniversary screen prints will be made available online at ghostbusters30th.com. These will be released sporadically over the next month and will include Mike Mitchell’s poster as well as prints by Phantom City Creative, Anthony Petrie, Tom Whalen, Tara McPherson, Dan Mumford, Dave Perillo, Lora Zombie, Godmachine, Rich Kelly, Mark Englert, DKNG and Joshua Budich.

If that isn’t enough, Gallery1988 also will have very small amounts of collaborative t-shirts from LRG, Johnny Cupcakes, Homage & Rebel8 at each stop.

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The New York Ghostbusters gallery opens SATURDAY NIGHT, April 19th, with an opening reception from 7-10 PM. We will be open everyday through April 26th, from 11-7 PM. Their next stop is Gallery1988 (West) in Los Angeles on May 17th.

To keep yourself ahead of the curve, tune in to @galleries1988 on Twitter, and their Facebook page, for more sneak previews and all other information throughout the tour.

Gallery 1988 Gear Up For ‘Ghostbusters’ 30th Roadshow With New Pieces By Joshua Budich And Anthony Petrie

Ever since Gallery 1988 announced back in January that they would be doing a Ghostbusters touring gallery celebrating the movies 30th anniversary, we have been waiting with baited breath to see what pieces will be produced for the shows. With the tour kicking off in New York on April the 19th before moving to L.A on May the 17th we have now seen two previews by Joshua Buddich and Anthony Petrie accompanying each of the events show cards as well as a comprehensive list of artists who will be contributing either artwork or t-shirt designs for the show.

Joshua Budich, one of the most humble and talented artists to emerge over the past couple of years, has produced this fantastic piece for the L.A gallery which opens May 17th at Gallery 1988’s West location and runs through until June the 1st.

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Joshua was kind enough to take the time to answer a few of our questions on the piece, which impressively comes with full likeness rights by each of the key actors including the sadly departed Harold Ramis.

How did you feel when Gallery 1988 asked you to work on a Ghostbusters piece?

Ghostbusters has always been one of my favorite, and most memorable movie experiences of my childhood. I remember getting the “nod” from my parents, after they had pre-screened Ghostbusters for any questionable content, too racy or frightening for my virgin eyes. Then getting to stay up late to watch it! So, when 88 asked me to participate in this show, I of course jumped at the chance.

Your artwork is applauded and loved by fans for the character likeness and composition, how do you decide what your posters should include?

I knew going into this project that obtaining likeness sign-off from any of the actors I portrayed in the print would be a challenge. So, I had to let the composition dictate who to include, and who unfortunately had to be cut. I do this little exercise every time I create a character-based piece like this. For me, the print has to tell a story. Some parts of the film, although extremely memorable, have to be taken out.

Last year was a great one for you, where would you like this year to take you with your artwork?

Thanks so much! This year, I promised myself more personal projects. Opportunities to take more time with my work, and to reinvigorate my love for the process of creating these pieces.

 

Another fantastic piece created for the New York leg of the show, which opens April 119th and runs until April 26th at 69 Leonard Street, between Church and Broadway, is by Anthony Petrie and features a brilliantly detailed map of New York forming the shape of the ever familiar Proton pack.

 

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Along with these great pieces Gallery 1988 have released a full list of artists and designers taking part in the event which will also visit Chicago between June 20th and 22nd and culminate in a spot at San Diego Comic Con in July.

As well as Joshua Budich and Anthony Petrie, other artists and designers taking part include Scott C, Mike Mitchell, Phantom City Creative, Tom Whalen, Jason Edmiston, Cuyler Smith, Dan Mumford, Gary Pullin , Rich Kelly, Dan Mumford, Godmachine, Bruce White, Chogrin, 100% Soft, Dave Perillo and many many more. We are practically drooling at the prospect of Ghostbusters pieces by any of these artists and wish we could get on over to the States for one of these shows!

To keep up to date with the gallery and new art reveals, keep tabs on Gallery 1988’s dedicated Ghostbusters 30th website and make sure you follow them on Twitter and Facebook, too!

Hero Complex Gallery Celebrate The Works Of Stephen King With Gallery Show ‘King For A Day’

Stephen King is easily one of the most prolific writers of our generation. With nearly 5 decades of productivity under his belt, King’s work spans genres and themes. To celebrate such creativity, Hero Complex Gallery will be holding “King For a Day”, an art tribute to the full body of works by Stephen King, opening this Friday, March 21st, from 7-10pm and running through until April the 6th.

Hero Complex Gallery have gathered  a huge selection of exceptional talent from across the globe for the show, which will be donating a portion of all proceeds to Stephen King’s charity of choice, The Haven Foundation. The Haven Foundation are a non-profit service that serves to benefit freelance creatives of all types who have found themselves unable to work due to disease or accident, a truly worthy cause!

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Chris Skinner – “God’s Gunslinger”

DavidMoscati copyDavid Moscati “Pet Sematary”

JPValderramaGreenMile copyJ.P Valderrama – “The Green Mile”

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Dan Mumford “The Mist”

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Sam Gilbey – “Stand By Me”

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Tom Miatke – “The Shawshank Redemption”

Patrick Connan “It”

Luke Butland – “Stand By Me”

Florey“The Works Of Stephen King” Glow In The Dark!

Paul Shipper – “The Shawshank Redemption”

Chris Garofalo “Pet Sematary” Glow In The Dark!

There will be much more to the show than posters and prints too, with artists designing other collectibles for display and sale like this amazing statue by Blain Hefner for Creepshow!

Head on over to Hero Complex’s Facebook Event Page for more details on ‘King For A Day’ which opens March 21st and runs through to April 6th at their L.A gallery. Expect an online sale of works from the show shortly after opening night.

Be sure to follow Hero Complex Gallery on Twitter and Facebook for future galleries, shows and releases!

FrightFest Original Prints Give A New Spin on Horrific Horror Classics

Being a huge fan of the Horror genre I am always on the lookout for original and fun art pieces that show a certain level of knowledge and more importantly love of the genre. Well, when I was introduced to FrightFest (thanks to artist Jeremy Wheeler for the info) my Horror needs were more than satisfied.

Here is what Ian Rattray and Alex Chambers, the two founding members of the FrightFest, had to say about their work on their web page.

FrightFest Originals launched in August 2012 to promote UK screen prints for discerning collectors.  Ian Rattray is a founding director of FrightFest, the UK’s most successful genre festival, with 40 years of experience in the film industry.  He has travelled the world seeking out those odd films that appeal to our niche market, leading him to Toronto, via Cannes, Sitges, Austin and…well… most places

Alex Chambers is an art collector, FrightFester, film geek and devoted screen print fan.  After flying in the Royal Air Force and spending ten years whoring himself to the finance industry, he’s decided to turn a hobby into a business

We are for the fans, for the artists and all for exclusive stuff.  These posters are authorised and unique.

These two definitely have their Horror and Art credentials and when you see what artwork they have amassed for sale, I believe you will be suitable impressed, much like I was on my first exposure to them.

Below is a selection of some of my favourite prints from the website but to look at the full selection then click the link here.

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AUDITION by Peter Strain. Two colour screen print – 18″ x 24″- portrait – 300gsm – £30 – 35 only.

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THE DESCENT by Gary Pullin. Four Colour – 18″ x 24″ – portrait – numbered – £25 – 75 only.

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HELLRAISER by Derek Gabryszak. 36 x24 – 300gsm -Landscape – Numbered – £30 – 50 only.

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MARTYRS by Ghoulish Gary Pullin. Three colour – 26.5″ x 38.5″ – 300gsm – Landscape – Numbered – £30 – 75 only.

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NIGHT BREED by Aniheads.
Three Colour – 38.5″ x 26.5″ – 300gsm – Signed and numbered – £20 – 50 only.

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ZOMBIE FLESH EATERS by Nat Marsh. Five colour – 26.5″ x 38.5″ -300gsm – Landscape – Signed and numbered – £30 – 75 only.

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RAZORBACK by Luke Insect. Three Colour – 26.5″ x 38.5″ – Landscape – 300gsm – £30 – Numbered – 50 only.

The amount of detail that has gone into these pieces is awesome. I love the fact it is not just main stream Horror movies that have made the leap to print. Some of the more Indi and low budget movies have also become poster art. The use of silhouette and minimalism in some of the pieces goes nicely with the all out visual assault of other more extreme posters in the collection. Personal favourites of mine have to be the Zombie Flesh Eaters poster and the fun yet for some reason mostly hated Nightbreed movie. Below is a small selection of upcoming posters the group are working on.

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CHRISTINE – by Dan Mumford. Four colour -18″ x 24″ – portrait -300gsm – £35 – 60 only.

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ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK by Nat Marsh. Three colour – 24″ x 18″- landscape -300gsm Snowdon – £35 – 60 only.

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PRINCE OF DARKENSS – by GODMACHINE. Six colour – 18″ x 24″ – portrait – 300gsm – £35 – 60 only –

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THEY LIVE by Jeremy Wheeler. Three colour – 18″ x 24″ – portrait – 315gsm – £35 – 60 only.

FrightFest’s website can be found here and you can also find more of this excellent artwork on their FaceBook  and Twitter page. Though they have only teased a few pieces at the moment, we will be seeing a lot more from this company in the months to come. Better move fast if you want some on your wall though as most runs of a poster only go up to 50. Lastly just released through Twitter we have Luke Insects haunting piece The Fog.the fog frightfilms image

Little White Lies Invite You To ‘ONE NIGHT ONLY: A Coen Brothers Gig Poster Extravaganza’

Recently I discovered Little White Lies. After years of reading Empire Magazine and Sight and Sound it was refreshing to pick up a movie magazine with a unique voice. A bi-monthly, independent movie magazine, Little White Lies feature cutting edge writing, illustration and photography that “get under the skin of cinema”

Expanding into the world of cinema art, Little White Lies have partnered with White Duck Screen Print to present One Night Only: A Coen Brothers Gig Poster Extravaganza’, an evening of Coen Brothers inspired artwork and live music inspired by their new film, Inside Llewyn Davis.

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Dan Mumford - Blood Simple

Dan Mumford – Blood Simple

Joe Wilson - Fargo

Joe Wilson – Fargo

Telegramme - Inside Llewyn Davis

Telegramme – Inside Llewyn Davis

Crispin Finn - Barton Fink

Crispin Finn – Barton Fink

Luke Drozd - O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Luke Drozd – O Brother, Where Art Thou?

The Little Friends Of Printmaking - The Ladykillers

The Little Friends Of Printmaking – The Ladykillers

Chris Delorenzo - The Big Lebowski

Chris Delorenzo – The Big Lebowski

Little White Lies have commissioned seven of their favourite artists to represent the Coen Brothers most iconic movies with limited edition, screenprinted movie posters. Hopefully including my favourites; Barton Fink, The Hudsucker Proxy and not forgetting The Big Lebowski. You can check out all the posters over on Xombie Dirge. 

Artists contributing include Dan Mumford, Telegramme, The Little Friends of Printmaking, Crispin Finn, Joe Wilson, Luke Drozd and Chris DeLorenzo who will each be producing posters strictly limited to 50 per artist and available to purchase on the night.

‘One Night Only: A Coen Brothers Gig Poster Extravaganza’ will take place at The Church of London on Thursday, 23 January 2014 from 19:00 to 22:00 (GMT) and you can buy Little White Lies from their online shop.

Hero Complex Gallery Invite You To ‘Imagined Worlds’ In our HUGE PREVIEW Of The Del Toro, Gilliam, Kubrick, Lynch & Scott Inspired Gallery!

There are very few directors whose body of work is as varied, imaginative and visually inspired as that of Guillermo Del Toro, Terry Gilliam, Stanley Kubrick, David Lynch & Ridley Scott, something that could also be said of the work included in Hero Complex Gallery’s ‘Imagined Worlds; The Imagined Worlds of Del Toro, Gilliam, Kubrick, Lynch & Scott’

Hero Complex Gallery describe the show as celebrating “the layered tapestries and characters of the preeminent world-building directors, Guillermo del Toro, Terry Gilliam, Stanley Kubrick, David Lynch & Ridley Scott!” Needless to say, based on all the work we have seen so far here at Cult Collective, we are thoroughly excited.

In the lead up to the gallery, which launches with an opening reception this Friday from 7pm while 1opm at the Hero Complex Gallery, Los Angeles, with an online sale kicking off Saturday at 1pm EST, we wanted to not only give you an awesome preview of some of the eclectic work that will be on display, but many of the superbly talented artists were also kind enough to give us a few words on their inspiration behind each piece!

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Sam Gilbey – Pans Labyrinth – ‘Your Destiny Lies In Your Hands’

Whilst I considered interpreting lots of movies for the show, in the end I kept coming back to Pan’s Labyrinth, which I think is a masterpiece really. It’s tragic yet also somehow not without hope. In the piece I felt it was important to show Ofelia literally overlapping the three worlds of reality, the underworld, and the in-between twilight world where she sees the faun. Guillermo del Toro talks a lot about the colour palettes of the different worlds in the amazing DVD commentary, so naturally that was something it made sense to make the most of in the artwork. I also put a couple of subtle references into the piece that I hope fans of the movie will spot. The title comes from the Latin that’s carved into the entrance of the labyrinth ‘In you hands (in your decisions) lies your destiny’.  – Sam Gilbey

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Tim Anderson – 12 Monkeys – “The Army of the 12 Monkeys Factor”

Terry Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys had a huge impact on me when I saw it for the first time back in 1995. For one thing, it was the first sci-fi story I can remember being exposed to that involved time travel without any apparent paradoxes. I was amazed at how the story folded back on itself, without getting muddled up in changing the future or the past while still having a satisfying ending. Growing up outside of Philadelphia, it was also cool to see so many familiar landmarks in such an odd setting. The image of a post-apocalyptic Philadelphia teeming with wild animals has always stuck with me, which is why I took the approach I did to my piece, “The Army of the 12 Monkeys Factor,” for the gallery show. (Fun fact: I named my second-born son “Cole,” partially inspired by Bruce Willis’ character in the film!) – Tim Anderson

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Luke Butland – Blade Runner – “Dangerous Days”

 [With this print] I wanted to just focus on the environment and the world created by Scott. Using the colour tones, look and feel of the works to create a bold print which would give people a feel of the gritty world within blade runner…… And it’s title dangerous days is a nod to the documentary about making the blade runner world and film- Luke Butland

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Twelve Monkeys has always been one of my favorite Terry Gilliam films and the opening scene has always had an impact on me. When I heard about this show I knew immediately that I wanted to depict the devastation from the beginning of the film. The search for answers in a contaminated NY where wild animals roam was very inspiring! – Cuyler Smith

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Chris Skinner – Alien – “Interstellar”

One of the main aspects of any Sci-Fi movie is the vehicles. A futuristic, intelligent yet functional vehicle design is one of the key aesthetics of any quality movie and helps the audience to engage with the movie and suspend their disbelief. This is something I have aimed to capture in my pieces for the gallery. All the directors that have inspired this show are known for their visual flare, and this is something that is abundantly, and beautifully rendered in the visuals of their movies. – Chris Skinner

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Matt Ferguson – Alien – “Yin Yang”

I have long had the idea of doing a Ripley/Alien Yin Yang. I actually first wanted to do it for another HCG show… Arch Nemesis. Instead I did a Transformers piece for that one. Anyway it has stuck in my mind ever since and I thought this was the perfect opportunity to finally do it. It also ties in nicely with my Bats V Supes and Hobbit/LOTR pieces – Matt Ferguson

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Samuel Sho Ho – Pans Labyrinth – “Fauno”

Pan’s Labyrinth was probably one of the first movies to show me the true dualities of light and dark within a fairytale. Del Toro seamlessly weaved together a world that was so enchanting and horrifying at the same time. – Samuel Sho Ho

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Chris Garofalo – Blade Runner – Tyrell Replicants

This design and color palette is entirely steel book industrial inspired. I wanted a very detailed, yet graphic depiction to give it a look like it was silver laser etched into metal. – Chris Garofalo

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Andrew Swainson – Blue Velvet – “Now It’s Dark”

Blue Velvet is my favourite of Lynch’s films, it left a great impression on me when I saw it at the cinema. This was one of the few times I ever felt truly frightened by a movie. Even though the film is overshadowed by Dennis Hopper’s performance, I wanted to make the character of the night club singer, Dorothy Valens, the main focus. In the film she’s the pivotal character – she’s like a bridge between the visible and the hidden world. I tried to get Frank in in some subtle way but couldn’t get it to work well enough but I figured that anyone who knows the film will sense he’s “there” even if he’s not actually represented.

I wanted to hint at the idea in the film that there is this ‘ugly underneath’ to places but equally to people that isn’t normally on show. So I have Dorothy in one of her nightclub dresses which fades into her blue velvet robe that she wears in the central scene where she is assaulted by Frank. In this scene he cuts part of her robe away so made reference to that revealing a patch of red underneath. The cut fabric can also be seen as flames so there is this hint of a fire raging behind. The title is also taken from this same scene – Frank says it at the beginning and the end of his violent ritualistic assault on Dorothy. – Andrew Swainson

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Hanzel Haro – Hannibal – “Bon Appetetit”

I think it is fair to say that the standard of work on show is nothing short of brilliant. There are some really great pieces on show.

Hero Complex Gallery launch ‘Imagined Worlds’ with an opening reception this Friday, Jan 17th, 7-10pm, at the Hero Complex Gallery, 2020 South Robertson Blvd., Studio D, Los Angeles, CA 90064. Additional hours will run from Sunday, 11am-6pm.

Online sales start on Saturday, Jan 18th at 1pm PST here: http://www.herocomplexgallery.com/collections/imagined-worlds which will be live on Saturday.

To keep up to date with all things Hero Complex Gallery, shoot on over to their Website and make sure you drop them a ‘Like’ on Facebook and a ‘Follow’ on Twitter!